Other concerns, such as regulatory burdens and access to capital, can be addressed to only a limited extent by manufacturing assistance organizations. Effective solutions to these barriers will require participation by government and regulatory agencies, constituencies that have not historically perceived their role as contributing to the improved performance of smaller American industrial firms.
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